Aero-News TV at OshKosh 2021

“At AirVenture 2021 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Aero-News Correspondent Maria Morrison spoke with CiES Inc. President Scott Philiben about their fuel monitoring systems for small aircraft. Working with industry partner Cirrus to revamp the fuel reading accuracy, CiES was able to create a safer, more modern fuel quantity sender suited to nearly all general aviation aircraft,…

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CIES fuel senders on 182T G1000

The following testimonial was originally posted here: https://www.euroga.org/forums/maintenance-avionics/13490-cies-fuel-senders-on-182t-g1000-installation-calibration-feedback by Petit Cessna Voyageur (https://petit-cessna-voyageur.com) My 182 was initially equipped with resistive fuel senders (Rochester) as they can be found on old Ford. Resistive fuel senders work pretty well, but they get old early. They stay in 100LL all the time, and the resistive circuit, in the…

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CiES fuel senders installed on AOPA Sweepstakes Grumman Tiger

The circa-1978 Grumman Tiger now sports new fuel senders courtesy of CiES Corp. The modernizing of this AOPA sweepstakes giveaway is a fantastic project to follow. You can read more about this beautiful airplane and its transformation on the AOPA website. The AOPA also has several videos on their YouTube channel covering the project.

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AOPA Pilot – December 2020

Thomas B. Haines, Editor in Chief of the AOPA Pilot magazines briefly discusses the accuracy of CiES digital fuel senders in his article Check Notams. Save Yourself Some Grief. Below is an excerpt of the article: “With an IFR flight plan filed for the short trip, we climbed away from Johnstown as I carefully watched…

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SportAviation – October 2019

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Actually Accurate CiES sensors provide reliable fuel level readings By Beth E. Stanton “It’s very strange,” said Scott Philiben, EAA 1148835, CEO and founder of CiES. “This issue has been around for a very long time. Practically every movie featuring a stressed-out pilot includes the obligatory tapping of the fuel gauge.”   In airplanes, fuel…

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AOPA Pilot – November 2018

AOPA Pilot November 2018 HOPE DOESN’T POWER OUR AIRPLANES, as much as we sometimes might wish it did. Too often we take off and hope we have enough fuel. Or, we take off with what we believe is enough fuel, but along the way, a reroute or headwinds extend our flight time and we begin…

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For Immediate Release 10-22-2018

CiES Inc. fuel quantity senders are now FAA approved for STC installation in Cessna 310, 320, 340, 401, 402, 406, 411 414, 421, T303 and the 208 Caravan. DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver, Twin Commander 500, 600 and 700 Series, Beech Duchess and Twin Bonanza, Piper PA 18 Super Cub, Stinson 108 and V-77, Marchetti SF260 &…

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Avionics News – June 2018

We are a featured member in the June 2018 edition of Avionics News. Here is an excerpt of the article: During the last eight years, CiES has grown slowly and organically to be the largest supplier of fuel quantity systems in the world, according to Philiben. Some 18,000 of the company’s fuel senders are operational…

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AOPA Pilot – May 2018

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AOPA Pilot May 2018 The J.P. Instruments EDM 900 primary flight instrument replaces the Super Cub’s tachometer and oil temperature and pressure instruments, and provides engine data so precise that the pilot will be able to quickly detect “if you have a spark plug malfunctioning,” Meggers said. Combine that with the digital CiES fuel sending…

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For Immediate Release 4-22-18

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bend, OR April 22, 2018 CiES Inc. fuel quantity senders are now approved for STC installation in Piper PA 46 Malibu, Mirage, Matrix – Cessna 190/195 Businessliner, 337 Sky Master, TTx/Columbia – Socata TB Series Trinidad, Tobago, Tampico – Rockwell Commander Series 112, 114 – Grumman American AA-5 Series Traveler, Cheetah, Tiger…

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